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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 12, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FAL1.S. OREGON
The Evening Herald1
SOMEONE BESIDES THE KA.SER IS SAWING WOOD
J. M U It It A Y
Published dally except Suntlny t
The Henild Publishing Company of
Xlamatb Palls, at 115 Fourth street
Entered nt the postofllco at Klnm
ath Falls, Ore., fur transnils'lun thru
Ike malls as second-class matter
Subscription terms by mall to any '
address In the United States:
"One year . . ........... ......16.00
One month ...... .... 60 .
Member of the Associated Press
The Associated Press Is exclusively
atttled to the use (or republication
t all news dispatches credited to It ,
r not otherwise credited In this pa
yer, and also local news published
All rights of republication of spe
cial dispatches heroin are also referred.
A GOOD HOME.
ANGLERS Ill'SY AT MONTEREY.
Women ahvuys value highly a good
""-home, for they "penil most of thilr I
tine there, we have one in Mot
Springs Addition that will surely
' please. It has fire big rooim and a
sleeping iorch in main part of house.
1S) large screened back porch, bntli, I
large closet', fire place, c.tbluet Hnifc, '
pantry, cold storage room, laun ard
with two good led rvmis and larse
wood house, and parage making m mo.TEREY. Cal.. Jul 12 An-
tUlU ftIts .' SKI lll, lUIMlip '"IUI
expects to leaTO soon to care fur other lers nre netting plenty of thrills on ,
interests and will verifier at Monterey Bay, Salmon fishing has J
Vsrx'iMK) on term, Hotter io.ik at been excellent to those who have
This tedav: it may Ik pmie tomorrow.
Chlleote Smith, Oil .Main St. Phone
OF LOCAL RED CROSS,
BUSINESS .MEN'S ASSOCIATION'.
WIXXEK'S SPECIAL 11-:
SUBSCRTMK KOtt THE HEUAI.D
tried the sport and some unusually
I large fish have been landed.
Reports from the various t'nllior
'nia fishing grounds both coastal and
j inland, generally indicate that the
'sport is the best that has been had in
a number of years.
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BjBt JB AUTO electric i
j H SERVICE CO.
HHsnta JPbbkbB JUID zxw PROP'
9IHiDHLa aK 23 Ma4n st" Wamath tfl
HhHEHHI JIHk Fails, 9
The annual stntement of the Klum
ath Chapter of the American Rod
Cross issued by Leslie Rogers, treas
urer shows a balance on hand of
H.22S.90. The period Included In
from June 3fl, 1!US. up to u'ld in
cluding June 30 of the present year
i The financial standing of this chap
I ter Is considered remarkable when
I vast the nmount of good anil the mnnv
.obligations they were' under during
the -war period are considered. '
Annual statement Klamath Chap,
ter American Red Cress:
Balance on hand June 30, I
Received from mem- .
Donations from branches
and outlying districts 1,675.49
Donations from local peo
ple 1 097.45
Mlscellaneous receipt SSS.94
Received from Isolation
July mooting and banquet. Momluv
Jtilv 14 th nt 7 P. M. nt the .Vlilto
Pelican Hotel. Mattem of Importimre
are coming up mid a large nttenilnnco
i requested. 12-2t
Keep The Old Customer
This is more than a more slognn it'.s u
vsohition, so far as we are concenu'd.
We are trying to conduct this business
on a basis' that will bring old customers
back for more and old customers help
a lot toward bringing in new ones.
Of course, a good salesman can sell
even a poor make of tires once. That'-,
"putting one over" but we would
rather sell a good make of tires please
the people, and depend on the recog
nized merits of DIAMOND TIRES to
keep the business going.
If vou are looking for good tires not
risks come in and see us; we are in
business for steady customers.
DIAMOND TIRE & VULCANIZING
120 S. Sixth St.
Total Receipts 7,S61.S7
Supplies purchased $3,242.65
Freight and Express 302.85
Headquarters expense 582. SO
I tures 473.4.".
Paid National Headquar
ters their part of drive
i money 1,831.87
Influenza expenses 646.94
' Balance on hand June 30,
J 1919 J4, 228.90
j LESTER ROGERS,
I Treasurer American Chapter
American' Red Cross.
(StaU Pet Yi
(At the Age of Twenty-nine)
Older age ire only, trifle hlglicr
New Low Rate Contract
Best for Oregonians
Ctrfectt BulUInc Car. FUtt ui Moniisa. Fartta
H. P. NEPVEU
Klamath Falls, Oregon.
MfBMrtvl I HM 1MB
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Let mo give you n price on you job big or little. I um prepar
ed to put in glass from the smallest pane to the largest plate gist
store front also windshields, headlights, mirrors, re-sllverlnr.
everything connected with glass. I will make to your order scrr
ns of cwry description, storcdoors, sash and rablnet work. I'l
save you money If you will take the trouble to phone 346-W
1140 MAIN STREET.
CAPITAL'S OLD MAID
CLUB IS NO MORE
Sin I itl
CJfte wise iouse
mfe depends on
Klamath Valley Warehouse
and Forwarding Co.
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' The "Old Maids Club" of
"WMhlngton, D. C. U no more.
The last member of more than
twenty young women who some
yeareego agreed "never to
marry" ha closed the-door of
the club turned the key end ha
followed Dan Cupid to the altar.
Bho It Mlu Lucy B. .Morton, age
31 years. She marrlel Frank M.
Eliot just at the hour the nation
vs going dry July t, '
Just Remember this. The dates for
tho Elks' Convention aro August 14,
IS iind 16, Qet ready.
VedHetdny & Haturdny
Adolph Zukor PresentK a
John Kmerson - Anita Loi
"OH, VOU WOMEN!"
KRNEftT TRUK.X & IX1UISE HVFF
Other Feature! on tho Program are
"The Depth Of The S"
Something New in MoUon Picture
I'hotoKrapliy. And nl Ilrny Cartoon.
KUNDAV AND MONDAY, e
"THE KINGDOM OP YOUTH"
The Story Of A Never Ending
Aho A nig V. Special Comedy.
SUNDAY AND MONDAY.
, Triangle Presents
"THE GOLDEN FLEECE"
Pnthe Newt Latest Current K'ciiK
Admission 10 15 cents Matinee
9S9. Evenings 780 B.
MERRILL OPERA HOUSE
TUESDAYS AND SATURDAYS
We Have a Better Grain
Binder for You
Tha next time you
are in town, come in
and look over the John
Deere Binder. It's a
machine that will give
you extra years of ser
vice at less cost for repairs,
and will do better work
under abnormal field and
weather conditions than
We want to show you
many points about this ma
chine not found in other
binders that you will rec
ognize as extra value.
Stronger wheels, heavier
frame, reinforced platform,
sclf-nligned bearings, roller
bearings, three packers in
stead of two, hardened
wearing surfaces on knottcr
parts.-ground and polished
packer shaft bearing and
quick turn tongue truck
are a few of the many points
about this binder that make
it serviceableight draft and
economical to operate.
You will appreciate what
binder satisfaction truly is
when you get a John Deere,
into your harvest Melds. J
Come In and See? f Ait Better Binder
BALDWIN HARDWARE CO.
'The House of Quality;'
The Herald tells you today's news today not tomorrow